To save lives day and night, our hospital organized medical staff from the Department of emergency and critical care to participate in advanced life support training course
In order to further strengthen the first-aid consciousness of the whole hospital and enhance the ability of the medical staff in the emergency and critical care department to rescue the critically ill patients independently, our hospital recently organized the fourth batch of medical staff from the Department of acute and critical diseases to participate in ACLS (advanced life support) training in Hangzhou emergency center. After two days of intensive study, all 11 medical and nursing staff in our hospital successfully passed the strict theoretical and technical examination, and obtained the ACLS certificate issued by the American Heart Association (AHA). This certificate is one of the necessary qualifications for medical staff engaged in pre hospital first aid, emergency and intensive care unit in North America and other countries.
As we all know, the emergency and critical care department performs the rescue at the speed of life every day. The key to the success of rescuing critically ill patients is to master the high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation, endotracheal intubation, cardioversion, and the use of first-aid drugs. There are many learning contents and tight tasks in this training, and 11 medical and nursing staff are enthusiastic and dedicated to the study. Through hard study, careful preparation and good team spirit, they will be involved in high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation, AED (automatic external electric defibrillation) operation, respiratory system emergency, cardiac arrest, acute coronary syndrome and acute stroke in ACLS course All kinds of arrhythmia and other first-aid skills were skillfully mastered, and passed the examination through strict simulation case actual operation.
This training emphasizes the key role of good team cooperation in first aid. Each member of the team performs his or her own duties and strictly abides by the eight principles of closed-loop communication, information communication, clear roles and responsibilities, lack of understanding, knowledge sharing, constructive intervention, summary and reassessment, and mutual respect. Through the training, the overall ability of our hospital to rescue emergency patients has been further improved.